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A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Information Age Publishing, Maureen Miner and Martin
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Seton, M. and Trouton, L. (2014). “Deconstructing the taken-for-grantedness of institutional knowledge and power in arts education through ethical conversation: restoring the voice of the creative student”, Echoes: Ethics and Issues of Voice in Educational Research, Sense Publishers, Warren Midgley, Andy Davies, Mark Oliver and Patrick Alan Danaher (ed), Rotterdam
eton, M. (2013). “Apocalyptic and Prophetic: Revelation and Mystery in the Revival of Doctor Who”, Small Screen Revelations: Apocalypse in Contemporary Television, Sheffield Phoenix Press, James Aston and John Walliss (ed), Sheffield
Seton, M., Maxwell, I. & Szabó, M. (2019). “Warming up/cooling down: Managing the transition on and off stage”. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 10:1, pp. 127-141.
Seton, M. with Prior, R., Maxwell, I., Szabó, M. (2015). “Responsible Care in Actor Training: Effective support for occupational health training in Drama Schools”, Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 6:1, pp. 59-71.
Seton, M. (2014). “Traumas of acting physical and psychological violence: How fact and fiction shape bodies for better or worse” Performing Ethos, 4:1, pp. 25-40.
Seton, M. (2019). “Integrating wellbeing skills and practices into tertiary professional curriculum: Challenges and opportunities”, National Wellness for Law Forum, The University of Melbourne and Monash University, Melbourne
Seton, M. (2018). Disempowering Shame, Enabling Resilience: Healthy Actor Training Case Study, 36th Annual Symposium of the Performing Arts Medicine Association, Chapman University, Colorado, USA
Seton, M. (2018). Health issues and challenges faced by actors across the lifespan, Essentials of Performing Arts Medicine Course, Chapman University, Colorado, USA.
Seton, M. (2017). “Nurturing Mental Health Resilience in students in HE arts programs”, Inaugural Australasian Mental Health and Higher Education Conference, James Cook University, Toowoomba